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December 19, 2009


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I bet the copy of Pickwick didn't sell because Dickens famously disliked Andersen, upon whom Uriah Heep was based. ;)

Now the idea of DNA think there'll be another auction for that toothpick any time soon? XD

I knew he didn't like Andersen, but I never heard that about Uriah Heep. Fascinating!

Has anybody heard of the book "Mumsey's Recollections" by Charles Dicken's mother??

I hadn't, but I've just looked it up. Actually, it appears it was written by his grandson's wife. I'm sure it's interesting, though.

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